Voice Dream Writer is an amazing, full-featured writing app which includes many features not found in any other app. Anyone who works with struggling writers needs to add Voice Dream Writer to their technology toolkit.
Karen Janowski, Assistive Technology Consultant and Adjunct Professor at Simmons College
Voice Dream Reader and now the new Voice Dream Writer are what I believe to be the best apps out there for dyslexics as well as struggling readers and writers.
Dr. Erica Warren, Learning To Learn
Voice Dream Writer’s technically designed for people with reading disabilities, but it’s useful for just about anyone who needs a little help proofing.
Voice Dream Writer has features that can benefit people with a wide range of needs including people with dyslexia and people who are blind or visually impaired. People without disabilities can also benefit from the app.
Assistive Technology Blog
Wouldn’t be without it
I proofread my first novel using Voice Dream Reader which showed me how much you or others can miss just using visual proof reading. Hearing what you wrote gives you a sense of what other people will hear as well as giving you a chance to think if there was a better way to say something. When beta testing started, I jumped at the chance and started a new novel just to see how it would work for the actual writing. Wouldn’t be without it now.
I know this was probably developed for visually impaired and blind folks. I have to tell you that I used it extensively today – and I’m sighted individual. I used it today to complete a report with about a dozen pages. Very excellent. Accurate to a higher degree than anything else I’ve used.”
I typically avoid reviewing apps, but Voice Dream Writer deserves some special accolades. For me, the best way to improve my writing on the fly is to listen to what I have written, and this app does just that. I’ve spent substantial money on a pile of other apps, some of which are commendable, but here I have finally found a home.